Kimal has demonstrated the benefits of a number of its product offerings at the Reducing Risk, Increasing Safety In Clinical Care Conference 2013 at London's Hotel Russell.
The medical technology firm was on hand to display its IVantage infusion pump and other vascular products that support best practice and patient safety in intravenous line access management, such as the catheter locking solution Taurolock.
Attendees at the event were able to discuss common problems encountered in the use of infusion pumps and associated devices, with expert guidance and good practice case studies on offer to visitors.
This is important as infusion pumps and related devices are associated with a high number of adverse incidents, often due to user error.
The manufacturer said: "Kimal's products, services and exceptional customer care work collaboratively to provide not only safety and security for patients, but convenience and cost effectiveness for our clinicians."
This comes after it was announced last week that Kimal's chairman Duncan Eaton has been awarded an honorary professorship by the University of Bath.See all the latest jobs in Medical Devices